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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Herald FOURTH SECTION Lethbndge, Alberta Wednesday, February Pages 35 44 IODE reshapes program Carnival fashion preview Two winter carnival queen constestants Wendy Ryan, left, and Oarcie Chervmski, make a pretty frame for law enforcement student John Rafa. All three will model fashions at this evening's valentine fashion show at the Lethbndge Community College gym at 8 p.m. The show is an annual event m connection with the carnival and will include sportswear, casuals and formal attire, modelled by the seven competing girls as well as male models. There is no admission charge and all are welcome to attend. PEI women promote change CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) A report on the status of women in Prince Edward Island recommence sweeping changes hi laws and attitudes and establishment of a women's division of government to prepare and implement these changes The report was prepared by an eight member government appointed advisory committee headed by Jean Canfield, minister responsible for the housing authority, and concludes that discrimination against women is rampant in P.E.I. The committee says a fundamental change in attitude by men and women towards their roles hi society is needed The report also calls for a strengthened human rights code to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex and marital status It recommends the code be administered by a human rights commission with one- -Jialf its membership made up of women and with extensive powers to investigate and remedy grievances TORONTO (CP) The IODE has called in market researchers and computers to help them find ways to shape new programs and allow each chapter to tailor them to its own community. Mrs. K. J. C. Dean, the or- der's president, says they may have to jettison some projects they have carried for years and find new ways to organize their work. "The IODE has never been oriented to pilot projects, partly because we don't like to let things die when we have worked on them. But I feel we must learn to step in and do something and get out." The reshaping process be- gan with a two-day seminar with a communications coun- sellor. An executive com- mittee was set up under Mrs. K. A. McCartney to decide what to do next. They first decided the IODE needs a fresh, sharply focused national identity. They have chosen to make the Canadian family the centre of their work For 1975, when the or- ganization will be 75 years old, concern for children will be the theme. Mrs. McCartney said the or- ganization is investigating areas such as drugs and alco- holism, single parents and senior citizens as possible themes for other years. All the order's work and the work of individual chapters is being reviewed to find out what can be retained or re- shaped, what might be dropped and what new pro- grams will be created to fit under the umbrella. The committee also decided that all new programs must be tailored to each chapter. When they are set up, there will be suggestions for pro- grams based partly on the size of chapters. Mrs. McCartney explained, "If we do single parents, for instance, a chapter in a small town would probably not work with unmarried mothers. The girls tend to clear out of small towns if they are pregnant. But that chapter might be able to work with people who are divorced or widowed." The first step has been to Sears Be your own designer.. .with nifty knits a-Go for a total concept With polyester double knrts that hold their line, softly Keep their shape machine washing after wash ng. Easy travellers too... no matter how they're scrunched up, they shed their wrinkles. Yes, for co- ordinated looks that can't miss, take a check- make up a skirt, sew a vest in floral, do a solid jacket. These knits team up anyway you want them to. oz, weight. Blue, yellow, pink. 60" wide. accent value R49 yd. b-Spring co-ordinates focused on neat stnpes, checks and solids in pretty shades of pink, red, brown, blue, navy, green, yellow. Solid also in plain white. 100% polyester for easy care. 60" Reg. yd. c-Man-tailored are f-je sophisticated look in sportswear eo 100% polyester, has easy- care c -l 1 z oz weight. Checks, hound- stooth. eminent colours of gray, blue and rust. yd, d-A bas c 'ittve dacron crepe doubteknrt, just right for dresses, starts, vests, jackets. Weighs only oz. Easy-care, just machine wash and dry. Comes in a 60" width, seven colours. Reg. yd. al Simpsons-Sears you geJ the guarantee satisfaction Of movwy fwfunotd and free {JeDvery Simp9ons-o63rs Lid. STORE HOURS: Open Daily from 9.30 a m. to p m Tnurs and Fn 9 30 a m to 9-00 p m. Centre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 send a questionnaire to all 800 chapters to find out what they are doing now. Mrs. McCartney said if they get enough replies they will feed them to a computer to be looked at in terms of geo- graphical areas and commu- nity size. "It will be tabulated to tell us, for instance, whether a small town in British Colum- bia is interested in the same things as a small town in New Brunswick." They hope to have the re- plies in, the tabulation done and some plans based on re- sults to be presented at the annual meeting in Toronto in May so there is time for changes to be in effect by 1975. Mrs. Dean said many of the projects the IODE has worked on over its 75 years have been Calendars The Hi Neighbor Club will hold a record hop from 8 to 11 p.m. Friday in the Lotus Inn A dessert bridge conducted by the Lethbndge Y Menettes is set for 8 p.m. Wednesdday at the Family Y building. The annual meeting of the Dr. F. H. Mewburn, QBE, Chapter IODE will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. R. P. Court, 2206 22nd Ave S The Christian Science Church will hold a prayer and testimony meeting at 7-30 p m. Wednesday in the church auditorium, 1203 4th Ave. S. Everyone welcome The regular meeting of Dominion Rebekah Lodge will be held at 8 p m Thursday in the Odd Fellows Hall Visiting Rebekahs welcome. The HUltoppers Gymkhana Club will hold a social evening and dance Friday at the German Canadian Club. Cocktails will be served from to p.m., supper, to 8 30 p.m with a dance to follow. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Fraternal Order of Eagles will meet at 8 p m. Thursday in the Eagles hall. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Handicraft and Hobby Centre is now open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1 to 5 p m in the all-purpose room of the civic centre. All types of hobbies and crafts will be made available to both men and women Ideas and suggestions for old or new crafts welcome, as well as recipes and helpful hints for the cookbook. Crafts include ceramics, weaving, quilting, animal work, knitting, sewing and crocheting. Card games will also be played, and refreshments served. For further information, contact 327-3264, 327-7730 or 3294206. All members and friends welcome. Heart line aids family Heart Line is an organization aimed at helping the heart attack victim and his family. Located in Calgary, the Heart Line hopes to answer questions most prevalent in the minds of those connected with heart disease. Basic information, alternate diets for patients and more flavorful recipes are just put of the phone-in or write-in service. Sponsored by the Alberta Heart Foundation, the organization may be contacted by phoning 245-5735. or by writing Box 7250, Postal Station E, Calgary. Suffer illness HALIFAX